Re: [perlsemny] Perl Seminar NY: Tuesday, March 18, 6:15 pm
>From: "Morris M. Siegel" <mmsiegel@...>You are. I sent you an email last week requesting confirmation, but I didn't hear back from you. So, to be on the safe side, I didn't list you or your topic. Look forward to seeing you tomorrow night.
>Date: 2008/03/17 Mon AM 11:56:27 CDT
>Subject: Re: [perlsemny] Perl Seminar NY: Tuesday, March 18, 6:15 pm
>I thought I was scheduled to speak on recursive patterns. Am I mistaken?
>-- Morris M. Siegel
Thanks for getting in touch.
- Hi Steven,
You may want to start with Perl Survey 2007: http://perlsurvey.org/
OdinJobs offers job market statistics tool where you can search based
on skills, location, job role and industry etc:
It reminded me of this article:
"Php, Perl, Python or Ruby Programmers - Who Earns More?"
> From: "Steven Levy" <slevy@...>
> Subject: RE: [perlsemny] Perl Seminar NY: Tuesday, March 18, 6:15 pm
> Date: Mon, 17 Mar 2008 11:55:52 -0400
> I'd like to collect salary data on Perl developers - any thoughts on how I can secure such info along the lines of years Perl experience, industry, salary?
> Steve Levy
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